Everyone wanted to believe that the first attack was just a random act of violence. Then a second victim is found. The two women share similar wounds, and Detective Alex Gray can’t deny the connection. Someone is hunting down young women to fulfill their macabre fantasies. Then they make a mistake and leave a witness behind. When Megan Crawford wakes up in the hospital, she can’t remember her attackers or what happened to her. If Megan’s memories are their only clue, will Alex catch the … [Read more...] about Endless Evil by Amanda Feyerbend
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An ancient predator has been reborn in the caves beneath Crater Lake …and it’s hungry. Ex-cop Henry Shore has been Chief Park Ranger at Crater Lake National Park for eight years and he likes his park and his life the way it’s been. Safe. Tranquil. Predictable. But he’s about to be tested in so many ways. First the earthquakes begin…people begin to go missing…then there’s some mysterious water creature that’s taken up residence in the caves below Crater Lake and it’s not only growing in size, … [Read more...] about Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
Loss Of Reason by Miles A. Maxwell One Of The Most Disturbing Stories You'll Ever Read! Distant for many years, Franklin out of Pennsylvania and his step-brother Everon out of Nevada are connected by a single link: Their sister Cynthia. Enter The Nightmare A nuclear bomb is detonated in New York. Banker, wife, mother, Cynthia lives in New York. The military has quarantined the city, its bridges and tunnels destroyed or blocked. Easterly winds have forced the bomb's radiation cloud out over … [Read more...] about Loss Of Reason by Miles A. Maxwell
A Powerful Synthesis of Modern Psychology and Ancient Spiritual Wisdom What if you could stop worrying about what other people think of you? How much more could you accomplish in life? ONE simple shift could make that happen... Burned out. Struggling. Undervalued. Conflicted. Anxious. Angry. Empty. All signs that your self-worth isn't coming from within. We have all been there, and it's not a place where healthy relationships, personal freedom, and peace of mind can thrive. Do you … [Read more...] about It’s Within You: A Detailed Roadmap to Igniting, Deeper Self-Worth, Richer Relationships, and Greater Personal Freedom by Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein & Ilene S. Cohen, Ph.D.
The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler by Gene Poschman Murder in the Bayou! In New Orleans 1930s, the Crescent City; There is an armed standoff between Louisiana State Troopers and New Orleans Police; An art swindle that may end in murder; A dead man who may not be; Smugglers working the Bayou; And someone wants Jonas dead. Jonas Watcher arrives to determine if Martin Stanton is really dead. Someone is tailing him to make sure he doesn't find out. The investigation takes him from the … [Read more...] about The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler by Gene Poschman
Vampire Mage by Janelle Peel My name is Sora. I was born into this world to a highly respected Mage family. All was well as a child; most children receive their magic at puberty… I was not that fortunate. Shunned by my family, I was cast out on my twenty-first birthday—a failure and disappointment to those who were supposed to love me. Left on my own in Seattle with no friends or money, I made my way through low-paying jobs down the coast to Southern California. Fate finally smiled upon me … [Read more...] about Vampire Mage by Janelle Peel
“Praying for a Miracle when it’s Hopeless” is about my physical, mental, and emotional struggle with Stage 4 Breast Cancer while going through a gut-wrenching divorce, and a fight for custody of my son. In 2004 and 2005, I had many battles with breast cancer resulting in two mastectomies and two reconstruction surgeries. In 2007, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer with a metastasis to my brain. Shortly after my surgery, I was sent away in a wheelchair and a diaper by my husband … [Read more...] about Praying for a Miracle When it’s Hopeless by Isabella Milan
Michael Hollinghurst is a successful corporate lawyer living a comfortable, suburban life in leafy North West London. But on 7 July 2005, his life is transformed when he steps on a London underground train targeted by Islamist suicide bombers. While most passengers in his carriage are killed, Michael survives the explosion but is confined to a wheelchair as a result. Coming to terms with his predicament and controlling his own feelings of guilt as a survivor conspire to push him in a direction … [Read more...] about The Chair Man by Alex Pearl
Why is the utilization and eventual colonization of space necessary both for the near-term preservation of Earth's environment and for the long-term survival of humankind? And why, despite the efforts of many dedicated space advocates, is the public so slow to support it? Science fiction author Sylvia Engdahl argues that in the light of history it's not surprising that acceptance of a new outlook on the universe is slow, since all past human advances were made by visionary minorities. The book … [Read more...] about From This Green Earth: Essays on Looking Outward by Sylvia Engdahl
My novel is a bio-fictional story based upon the life of Mary Pearcey and inspired by the unsolved murders that were committed in Whitechapel, London in 1888. Mary was born in 1866, she was executed 23rd December 1890. The story opens to the main character reminiscing over a childhood memory and follows her as she attends school, witnesses her sister’s death and is burdened the responsibility of her remaining siblings. She leaves education and starts employment at Kenwood House as a scullery … [Read more...] about Jill by N. Joy
When an acquaintance suggests a wild weekend in Las Vegas, struggling academic Logan Smith thinks it might be just the sort of reckless fun he needs. What he doesn’t expect is a lesson in blackjack from a beautiful and volatile croupier named Dallas Cole, resulting in a night that will change his life forever. Before he knows it, Logan has exchanged the sedate atmosphere of Philadelphia for the searing heat of the desert, a rollercoaster marriage, and a radical new economic theory that questions … [Read more...] about The Burning by Thomas Legendre
Agartha, Inner Earth, the 12th century. Rowida is a young woman with grand dreams, on a path that would touch two worlds, and span one hundred years. Punished and Banished from her world to ours, Rowida kidnaps a child, bonds to a demonic being, and becomes one with the soul of a Dragon, just to get back at those who tormented her. Once back, she raises an army the Inner Earth had never seen the likes of and starts the first global war. Thousands of lives are lost, nations and races cease to … [Read more...] about Through The Storm by Sherif Guirguis